- Northrop Grumman’s 14th resupply mission is scheduled for this week
- The launch has been delayed from Tuesday to Thursday due to bad weather
- Spacecraft will carry over 7,000 pounds of cargo to ISS, including a new toilet, radishes and skin care products
Northrop Grumman is sending its 14th commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS). With ISS resupply missions always carrying interesting cargo, from muscular mice to human organs, this resupply mission is no different.
Fresh off steering clear of potentially harmful debris, the ISS is set to receive another batch of cargo under the mission dubbed Cygnus NG-14. For this mission, the Cygnus spacecraft will carry 7,624 pounds (3,458 kilos) of cargo, which includes radishes, skin care products and a new toilet.
The skin care products are not for the astronauts but are actually for a rather special photoshoot aboard the ISS for